Angular Acceleration#

Part 1#

A solid object with 1 \(\rm{m}\) radius that increases in angular velocity from \(\omega\_{1z}\) = 3 \(\rm{rad/s}\) to \(\omega\_{2z}\) = 19 \(\rm{rad/s}\) in a 8 \(\rm{s}\) interval has an average angular acceleration of:

Answer Section#

  • 2.0 \(\rm{rad/s^2}\)

  • 2.0 \(\rm{m/s^2}\)

  • -2.0 \(\rm{rad/s^2}\)

  • -2.0 \(\rm{m/s^2}\)

  • 10 \(\rm{rad/s^2}\)

Attribution#

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